Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Desolution Sound, British Columbia

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Klahoose Wilderness Resort is owned and operated by the Klahoose First Nation on their traditional territory within the heart of British Columbia’s most pristine coast in Desolation Sound. The remote lodge settles on the water’s edge of the calm of Homfray Channel between BC’s Coastal Mountain peaks and the lush temperate rain forests of the Sunshine Coast. The off-the-grid, water only access resort caters to couples, nature and wildlife lovers, photographers, food lovers, writers, painters, yogis and other travelers of all ages and diverse interest. The eco-resort can accommodate 14 to 26 guests among rooms in the main lodge and private one and two bedroom cabins. A visit presents an authentic luxury and Indigenous travel experience unlike any other. Each accommodation is tastefully decorated with indigenous artwork from surrounding local communities.

The intimate experience promises an ideal getaway for post-pandemic travelers who long to explore new horizons in a safe, natural environment far from worries, crowds and chaos. Klahoose Wilderness Resort is the perfect “bubble travel” gateway for small private group and the multi-generational family travel market.

The Klahoose Wilderness Resort will operate from mid-May to mid October. Local Indigenous guides and knowledgeable hosts will lead diverse cultural programming and wilderness experiences. These adventures range from sea kayaking and boat excursions to Klahoose’s cultural center on Cortes Island to heli-sightseeing, and Grizzly bear viewing excursions in Toba Inlet, mid-August to October.

Given its seclusion, Klahoose Wilderness Resort is surprisingly easy to access from Vancouver, Seattle, Vancouver Island, and beyond. Pacific Coastal Airlines offers regularly scheduled flights to Powell River. One can also travel via BC ferries as well as chartered boat, seaplane and helicopters The journey to Klahoose Wilderness Resort is truly spectacular.

Guests live an immersive experience into Klahoose Culture during their entire visit. Experienced Indigenous guides and friendly staff adds to the memorable experience, particularly on grizzly bear viewing excursion in Toba Inlet Guests depart transformed by their communion with the Klahoose Territory’s profound beauty, unique culture and exceptional wildlife.

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Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Desolution Sound, British Columbia
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Learn more about Klahoose Wilderness Resort by visiting them online:

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Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Desolution Sound, British Columbia
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Traditional Indigenous Dwellings

Traditional Indigenous accommodations were a sophisticated response to each community’s unique natural environment and lifestyle. Although contemporary Indigenous Peoples in Canada live in modern housing, our traditional dwellings can provide important insight into how we used to live.

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